Working with the son of a serial killer? That’s a first.
FBI Special Agent Grace Billingsley tracks serial killers, using her skills as a psychiatrist and behavioral analyst to get dangerous people off the street and safely behind bars. But prison psychiatrist Sam Monroe knows that just because a killer is incarcerated doesn’t mean they’re not a threat. His own father, Peter, is a serial killer–in prison but certainly not out of Sam’s life, as much as he wishes he was.
When bodies start showing up with startling similarities to Peter’s MO, Sam and Grace are both called in to consult. They’ve met before, and though Grace thought they’d made a real connection, Sam ghosted her. They’ll have to get past the awkwardness and mistrust to solve this case–especially because it’s about to get personal.
This was a very interesting read. I love thrillers and this runs very close to a thrill but with a softer touch. I had ideas about who was behind what was going on but Lynette did a great job of keeping things a mystery.
The romance between Sam and Grace was realistic, although I was sort of surprised at there first kiss, but other then that it went along with the story well.
Lynette also did a great job of depicting how a serial killer can be manipulative and believable.
Overall a very good read.
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A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher. All opinions are my own.